"I agree with Andrew it would help if you add a 'sticker' otherwise known as a surfactant as they told me at college, it's basically soap. Also, yes you could blow the grass then make sure you soak the vegetation until runoff, worked for me several…"
"Water is certainly an issue Dave. What a client and a gardener consider enough water can sometimes be miles apart. I have however always found viburnum tinus one of the toughest plants in dry shade. Anyway hopefully they recover!!!
"The new leavess look healthy . which viburnum is it Paul ?
A garden where i work has a mature viburnum burkwood which has a habit of sulking through the day , usually extremes too wet , too dry , too hot but perks up overnight .
It may just be…"
"We went to Hidcote earlier this year during the week and it was fine, last Sunday afternoon was not so much fun, there’s a one way path laid out around the garden and the Beech Walk is closed for hedge cutting with a tower scaffold and Henchman in…"
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Hi All,Can anyone identify the problem on these viburnum. They are planted this year and were fine until a few days ago. They were sprayed with liquid fertiliser last week mixed with pesticide..... at least I hope thsts what it was.. Paul